My First Trucks and Diggers Let s Get Driving

' Packed with colourful pictures and activities, your toddler will love discovering familiar vehicles with this tactile board book.

Author: Kindersley Dorling


ISBN: 9781409345961

Category: Board books

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Get learning and teach your toddler about trucks and diggers with My First Playtime: Let's Get Driving! Hands-on fun awaits you and your toddler as you learn about trucks and diggers with My First Trucks and Diggers: Let's Get Driving! Packed with colourful pictures and activities, your toddler will love discovering familiar vehicles with this tactile board book. Read it together and help them turn the pages using the easy-grip picture tabs. Bright, busy pictures transport your toddler to the world of trucks and diggers, from fire trucks and diggers to tractors and tow trucks. Fun-filled questions on every page will help develop early speaking and listening skills. With activities featuring colourful trucks and diggers and mix and match games, there's lots for your toddler to engage with in My First Trucks and Diggers: Let's Get Driving!

Monster Trucks

around a monster truck team is a good way for would-be drivers to get noticed. “I
volunteered at shows whenever ... “Cleaning trucks, loading trailers, whatever
they would let me do. My first driving opportunity came about when another driver
was injured and I was asked to fill in.” ... He has with Grave Digger. A legendary ...

Author: Brian Howell

Publisher: Lerner Publications

ISBN: 1467724513

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Do you know what it's like to drive a truck that is as big as an elephant? Despite their giant size, monster trucks can pull off soaring jumps, flips, and other epic stunts. These trucks compete head-to-head to reveal the fastest and the most agile of them all. Events such as the Monster Jam World Finals keep the crowds on the edges of their seats.Enter the Dirt and Destruction Sports Zone to learn about the history, mechanics, rules, and the trailblazing drivers connected to monster trucks. You'll learn:- How race organizers create a track with plastic, plywood, and lots of dirt.- What gear and strategies drivers use to protect themselves.- Who pulled off some of the wildest moves in monster truck history.- What it's like to crush a row of cars beneath a monster truck's enormous tires.Are you into sports? Then get in the zone!

Digging Up Mother

Let me get through making my first film,” I'd say as nicely as I could. “He fuckin'
brilliant. Swear to God.” Her truck driver swagger and refusal to accept that
anyone on the film was too busy to listen finally drove us, on the fourth night of
filming, ...

Author: Doug Stanhope

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 030682440X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

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Doug Stanhope is one of the most critically acclaimed and stridently unrepentant comedians of his generation. What will surprise some is that he owes so much of his dark and sometimes uncomfortably honest sense of humor to his mother, Bonnie. It was the cartoons in her Hustler magazine issues that molded the beginnings of his comedic journey, long before he was old enough to know what to do with the actual pornography. It was Bonnie who recited Monty Python sketches with him, who introduced him to Richard Pryor at nine years old, and who rescued him from a psychologist when he brought that brand of humor to school. And it was Bonnie who took him along to all of her AA meetings, where Doug undoubtedly found inspiration for his own storytelling. Bonnie's own path from bartending to truck driving, massage therapy, elder abuse, stand-up comedy, and acting never stopped her from being Doug's genuine number one fan. So when her alcoholic, hoarding life finally came to an end many weird adventures later in rural Arizona, it was inevitable that Doug and Bonnie would be together for one last excursion. Digging Up Mother follows Doug's absurd, chaotic, and often obscene life as it intersects with that of his best friend, biggest fan, and love of his life-his mother. And it all starts with her death-one of the most memorable and amazing farewells you will ever read.

That Went By Fast

way was to expose kids to the real world early and often and let them develop
their coping mechanism. ... Howie wasn't satisfied just to load the trailer, he
wanted to have the excitement of dumping the load as well so he would make
sure he got up ... Howie five cents a bucket for digging rotten granite out of the
cutbank below the dump and handing them off to the truck driver when he was
turning around.

Author: Frank White

Publisher: Harbour Publishing

ISBN: 1550176692

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

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Ex-logger and gas station owner Frank White says living to the age of one hundred is not all it’s cracked up to be but it has some plusses. When he trundles down to the local shopping centre in Pender Harbour pretty girls hug him and everybody in town seems to be glad he’s lived another day. But celebrity has its drawbacks—when he was only fifty and still had most of his marbles, people only wanted to know what was wrong with their car. But “Now that everything is starting to get hazy, they’re not satisfied unless I can tell them the meaning of life.” In this second memoir in two years, centenarian White sifts through his lengthy adventures trying to live up to those expectations of wisdom before deciding “Life just is.” But what a wild ride he takes us on! Born at the start of the First World War and maturing during the Great Depression, he worked variously as a pioneer freight hauler, pioneer truck logger, camp owner, garment presser, boat builder, home builder, excavating contractor, garage mechanic and waterworks operator, among other things. Then in later life he married the sophisticated and well-connected New Yorker writer Edith Iglauer and started a totally different way of life consisting of opera, celebrity dinners and world travel. His ironic observations on the differences between the two worlds make for fascinating and frequently hilarious reading.

Weekly World News

"I noticed the driver of the truck crawling out of his cab so I ran over to him," he
said. "He was the only survivor we saw and he appeared pretty dazed, so my first
concern was to get him away from the truck before it exploded." Within ... "I told
the ambulance workers to start digging to find a real hand. "Fortunately, it was ... "
We'd have been much better off if the firemen had let the house burn to the





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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub is a leading entertainment news site.

Let My People Go

We were led into the compound of a “hotel" where we were to take refreshments
while a huge four-wheel-drive truck was sent back to haul our vehicle out of the
hole. ... After the first few miles, I turned to find what was digging into my back.

Author: Cal Bombay

Publisher: Multnomah

ISBN: 0307778223

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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In the war-ravaged African nation of Sudan, slavery is a way of life. Islamic fundamentalists in the north capture women and children-many of them Christian-in the south and sell them to other northern Muslim as servants and concubines. There they live on table scraps and are forced to convert to Islam. Their stories are devastating, yet their capacity for hope is an inspiration to the world. Let My People Go is the gripping, heartrending, sometimes infuriating first person account of a 1997 mission to return Sudanese slaves to their southern homeland, buy them, and set them free in the name of the Lord. It is a story you will never forget.

One in a Hundred Million

He was surprised and said it was beautiful but it was my money and not his. I said
“Come on John, ... I said, “Come on John we will get the equipment squared
away and repaired.” Then I saw one of our relations working for him driving one
of the trucks. He was driving my ... He really didn't like that idea at first but he
knew when we worked together we always got things done. He said he was
taking advantage of me and felt guilty and I said “Bullshit, lets get this job done.”
As the workers ...

Author: Marion Urichich


ISBN: 0615127339

Category: Accident victims

Page: 393

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Because of Low

... into the parking lot. Like I was going to be able to just leave and let him drive
home drunk. ... “Either you can give me the keys to your truck or I can go digging
for them. What's it going to be ... “Come on then and get in the truck,” I barked at
both of them before sliding into the driver's seat. It was really hard not to focus on
the fact this was the first time I'd ever been in Beau's truck. After countless nights ...

Author: Abbi Glines

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471117413

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Set in the steamy coastal Alabama town of Sea Breeze, an interconnected group of older teens hook up, break up . . . and much, much more. Marcus Hardy had hoped to enjoy a year away at college while he put the summer he'd rather forget behind him. But instead, he's jerked right back his home town of Sea Breeze due to a family crisis. The only bright spot to returning is the hot redhead who sleeps over at his place several times a week. There's just one thing though - she's sleeping in bed with his new roommate, Cage York. Willow "Low" Foster needs a place to live. Running to her best friend Cage's apartment every time her sister kicks her out isn't exactly a long term solution. But Cage has a new roommate and suddenly sleeping over at his apartment isn't such a bad thing. Not when she gets to see those sexy green eyes of Marcus's twinkle when he smiles at her like he wants her there. There's one problem though, Cage is under the disillusion that when he's through sowing his wild oats, he's going to marry Low - an assumption Marcus intends to change. But when his carefully laid plans come crashing down with a revelation he never expected, Marcus will have to choose between Low or his family. Because once the truth comes out . . . there's no other choice.

The Australian Journal

Henry ! let us get out of this place by ourselves . therefore a great ope . The
candle will last till we get into the main drive , and when it goes out , To be sure
men were digging for us . I was as certain of it , as if I had we can grope the rest of
the ...






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Going Overboard

If any job in the world deserves the label " man ' s job , ” let me nominate ditch
digging . To bite with a dull shovel a patch of ... let them have it . After ditch
digging came a pleasant week of driving the contractor ' s light trucks . Here was
my first ...

Author: Lucy Gwin

Publisher: Viking Adult

ISBN: 9780670343607

Category: Merchant mariners

Page: 288

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Johnny U

I remember John's surprise when I told him that my dad had never let me ride up
front with him in the engine. I said, 'John, he could be fired for that.' John said, '
Well, my father used to let me ride on the running board of our truck. ... the water.
“You'll make a good truck driver someday. ... You'll be digging ditches." The ... But
in the first big upset of his career, he did happen upon a library 16 TOM

Author: Tom Callahan

Publisher: Crown Archetype

ISBN: 0307533484

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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In a time “when men played football for something less than a living and something more than money,” John Unitas was the ultimate quarterback. Rejected by Notre Dame, discarded by the Pittsburgh Steelers, he started on a Pennsylvania sandlot making six dollars a game and ended as the most commanding presence in the National Football League, calling the critical plays and completing the crucial passes at the moment his sport came of age. Johnny U is the first authoritative biography of Unitas, based on hundreds of hours of interviews with teammates and opponents, coaches, family and friends. The depth of Tom Callahan’s research allows him to present something more than a biography, something approaching an oral history of a bygone sporting era. It was a time when players were paid a pittance and superstars painted houses and tiled floors in the off-season—when ex-soldiers and marines like Gino Marchetti, Art Donovan, and “Big Daddy” Lipscomb fell in behind a special field general in Baltimore. Few took more punishment than Unitas. His refusal to leave the field, even when savagely bloodied by opposing linemen, won his teammates’ respect. His insistence on taking the blame for others’ mistakes inspired their love. His encyclopedic football mind, in which he’d filed every play the Colts had ever run, was a wonder. In the seminal championship game of 1958, when Unitas led the Colts over the Giants in the NFL’s first sudden-death overtime, Sundays changed. John didn’t. As one teammate said, “It was one of the best things about him.”

Car and Driver

Both men are exhausted , and once you the truck to the first ledge . ... Waggoner
runs back to the driver ' s seat , bumps Durham ' s truck has a real advantage on
a high wall , compared his front wheels onto the black - marked rocks , and lays
on the with ... and grinding like a tunnel - digging machine . ... Bunny huggers ain
' t getting back here in no fancy - pants BMW X5s or Lexus RX300s ( what are you
, funny ? ) . ... The object , Russell says , is never to let the tires break traction .




Category: Automobile drivers


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The Good Fight

The Indians were the first to call it Spirit Mountain, and if you've ever seen it, you
know why. I worked with Sharky ... I was always afraid of horses and cattle, but I
never let on. He would rope the ... did a lot of digging. ... I brought the big truck,
heavy with water, to a slow stop. ... That's what they get for letting a kid drive. It
was a ...

Author: Harry Reid

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440637113

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 611

After a childhood of shocking poverty, Harry Reid completed law school, working as a policeman to pay his way. He faced death threats as the head of the Nevada Gaming Commission trying to clean up Las Vegas. Eventually he rose to become Senate Majority Leader in Washington-without ever forgetting the mining town he came from, or the battles he fought along the way. This is that rare book by a politician that is more than a glorified press release. It is an extraordinary American story-told in a voice that is flinty, real, and filled with passion.

Already Gone

Let's go take a look at these new hoodlums.”The three ... Kenna, with her hand
on her pistol went out the door first, with the coroner close behind her. As they
looked in the truck Barry said. ... Drive by shooting, how inaccurate is that, and
with Uzis. ... Everyone looked down at Sarge, who had come with Eddy, and was
now digging at the passenger side door. “Eddy get that damn dog away from the

Author: Leonard Phillip Wolfe

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469137011

Category: Fiction

Page: 129

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Follow state officer Kenna Jenkins as she works to solve a southern Illinois murder case but only to find herself tangled up with a local drug ring. Soon, she teams up with state officer Jared Keppler to solve this twisted murder case. Jared is the only person that she feels she can trust while he is falling madly in love with her beauty and the excitement she has brought into his life. Jared, who has been widowed for two years, didnt think he was capable of falling in love again, until she came along. Witness as their story unfolds in this fusion of romance and suspense investigative thriller, Already Gone.

Soul Cages

what would happen if they continued to reject the truth of the Christian faith. You
have ... He strode toward his truck, digging out his keys. ... truck. Mom wrinkled
her nose as she bent to get into the car. ... He let John drive through the gate first.

Author: Lynn Kilmore

Publisher: Osuna Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 304

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New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards, YA Finalist A brutal struggle of wills escalates into a mystical war of souls. Seventeen-year-old Marian Hawthorn knows more about Asperger's than she ever wanted to. But she loves her brother Henry, and wants to keep him safe. However, her parents obsess about finding a cure for him—no matter the cost in money or convictions—and that obsession draws them all under the control of Pastor Andervender and his fringe church in Albuquerque. There she finds an unexpected friend and ally in her struggle to protect her brother: John, the pastor's most beloved son, over whom a dangerous shadow looms that draws ever closer. Keywords: young adult horror, gothic fiction, young adult paranormal


It was my first job at labor for pay ; my dad had died the month before , and the
superintendent had given me a job to help out . We were ... We waited there until
the truck came , then we loaded up and rode to the shaft where they were
building a new fan - house . When the driver dumped us out , the rest of the gang
straggled over to a little shed , so I followed them . The shed ... Now the heat was
inside me pressing to get out through my skin and the wet shirt wouldn't let it .
Under the ...






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Electric Light Power

Although Yankee officials testified that it is too early to formulate the definitive
details of the ultimate financing program , the ... WINCH , DIGGER AND DRIVE
KITS FOR ALL POPULAR - MAKE TRUCKS A series of easily installed Tel - E -
Lect ...




Category: Electric lighting


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The Dead Don t Dance

“Umm, yeah, let's go inside and get started on the paperwork.” While he was ... Or
at least that's what I was going to tell Amos when he gave me a hard time about
buying this truck from Jake. I reassured ... You've done a lot of good in Digger.

Author: Charles Martin

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418566381

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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A sleepy rural town in South Carolina. The end of summer and a baby about to be born. But in the midst of hope and celebration comes unexpected tragedy, and Dylan Styles must come to terms with how much he's lost. Will the music of his heart be stilled forever—or will he choose to dance with life once more, in spite of sorrow and heartbreak? The Dead Don't Dance is a bittersweet yet triumphant love story—a tale of one man's spiritual journey through the darkness of despair and into the light of hope.

Skills for Simple Living

The first thing you do is walk around the vehicle , roll a smoke , try to figure out
how the hell you got into this mess , and ... My policy is to let the best driver of the
vehicle drive and let everyone else push . ... But if the truck is not forthcoming ,
then you get your tire chains out , digging around in the mud as you put them on ,
and ...

Author: Betty Tillotson

Publisher: Point Roberts, Wash. ; Vancouver : Hartley & Marks

ISBN: 9780881790351

Category: Conservation of natural resources

Page: 218

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Since 1940 , purchasing power of inlustrial earnings has increased 41 per ent ,
that is up to the first quarter of 954 , while during the ... The 2 - man construction
equipcrews — and they're realizing in ment described here lets you put creased
profits in the process . smaller ... easily installed Tel - E - Lect kits make it possible
to install derricks , diggers and power drives at the front of your present utility
truck .




Category: Telephone


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